Football: A Fall Tradition in A Schools Across America

By ShareAmerica It’s Friday night in the United States, and all across the country a fall ritual is unfolding. Cheerleaders ready their pompoms. Marching band members warm up their musical instruments. Teenage boys gather in field houses to pull on protective
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Why Americans Go Crazy Over the Super Bowl

By ShareAmerica More than 100 million people across America are expected to watch the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons vie for the coveted Super Bowl football championship on February 5. American football is the most (more...)

76 Killed in Crash of Plane Carrying Brazilian Soccer Team

At least 71 people were killed when a plane carrying members of a Brazilian soccer team crashed late Monday near Medellin, Colombia. The death toll was lowered from earlier reports of at least 76. Among the six survivors on the plane were three members of the Chapecoense soccer team, at least (more...)

Nine FIFA Officials and Five Corporate Executives Indicted for Racketeering Conspiracy and Corruption

The Defendants Include Two Current FIFA Vice Presidents and the Current and Former Presidents of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF); Seven Defendants Arrested Overseas; Guilty Pleas for Four Individual Defendants and Two Corporate Defendants Also Unsealed A 47-count indictment was unsealed early this morning (more...)

First MVP EXPY Award Nominees Revealed

Reception 5/31 with Sports Legends On Saturday evening May 31, between 6 and 9:30 pm, the Sports & Education Expo, in partnership with SMART (Strengthening the Mid-Atlantic Region for Tomorrow), will be hosting the first MVP “EXPY” Awards reception recognizing “Excellence in Preserving Youth Sports” at the Pennsylvania Convention (more...)

Public Schools Remain Popular Choice

University of Michigan – Ann Arbor football players take the field as students, families and local fans cheer them on. While the University of Michigan maintains a slew of successful athletic programs, the public school's academic reputation is on par with private schools in the Ivy (more...)

Celebrating the Indomitable Spirit of New Orleans

With its unofficial motto being “Let the good times roll,” New Orleans has long been known as a place to party. Mardi Gras — marked by parades and unrestrained revelry each year on the Tuesday before the start of Lent — was declared a legal state holiday (more...)

Spain Football Team – Champions Of Europe Again

" Certainly the best in the world and maybe the best ever. Definitely not boring. Spain opened a fresh debate on its place in world football history after sweeping to a majestic 4-0 victory over Italy in the European Championship," CBS News reported. In the final (more...)

Wozniak Applauds Renewal Of Pitt-Penn Football Rivalry

Wozniak Applauds Renewal Of Pitt-Penn Football Rivalry

State Sen. John N. Wozniak praised the resumption of the 96-year-old Pitt-Penn State football rivalry. “While games have been scheduled for 2016 and 2017, I am hopeful the schools will continue to work toward permanently resuming the rivalry,” Wozniak said. The Cambria County lawmaker has continually pressed the presidents and athletic directors (more...)

Cristiano Ronaldo And Irina Shayk Will Marry

Cristiano Ronaldo is planning on marrying his current girlfriend, Irina Shayk.  Fans of Cristiano Ronaldo’s former relationship with Real Mallorca model Nereida Gallardo, have doubt in Irina Shayk’s ability to be a good wife for the Portugal Captain. Most people suggested that Irina Shayk is just another capture. But there is (more...)

FIFA Named The 2010 Best Football Players

FIFA named the 2010 FIFA World best football players: 1.      Lionel Messi – Argentina- is the greatest pound-for-pound soccer player on the planet. At 22, he's won almost everything there is certainly to win, both individually plus team soccer (he currently plays for Barcelona). Messi had an outstanding 2010, winning the (more...)

Philadelphia Eagles vs Minnesota Vikings

The game Minnesota Vikings vs Philadelphia Eagles will be historic no matter what, because professional football hasn't been played on a Tuesday in more than six decades, according the critics. Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell seemed to concur when he slammed the NFL on Sunday night for postponing the game, originally scheduled (more...)

2018 FIFA World Cup will be hosted in Russia

“Russia has chosen to host the 2018 World Cup,” - president Joseph S. Blatter announced the result of the FIFA Executive Committee's secret vote on Thursday 2 December 2010 in Zurich’s Messe. “I have to say thanks to the Executive Committee of FIFA,“ – said Joseph S. Blatter. – “ For 2018 (more...)